Setup Windows® 7 in HP Pavilion® dv6z
Tips to Set-up Windows 7 in HP Pavilion dv6z
HP Pavilion dv6z is the latest series of laptops that have been brought into the market by HP. The HP Pavilion dv6z is big screen laptops with 16” screen and high processing power by AMD Athlon processor. The laptop provides the needed hardware configuration to run high end games as well as multimedia tools and applications on the system. The system comes built with 3 Gigabytes of primary RAM and 250 Gigabytes of hard disk space. The system comes with the latest Windows 7 operating system. The features of the system such as expansion ports and sleek build and design make it a good laptop for both home as well as business users.
Given below are some tips to set-up and activate Windows 7 in HP Pavilion dv6z:
- Activation of Windows 7
- Registering Personal Information
- Configuring the Windows 7
Activation of Windows 7
Activation of Windows 7 is an important step and this must be done within a certain time period; or else certain additional promotional features of Windows 7 would be deactivated. Activation of the Windows 7 operating system can be done automatically at the end of the installation process over the Internet or a user can also activate it manually. To activate Windows 7 manually, users have to open the ‘Windows Activation section’ in the control panel and click on the ‘Activate Windows Now’. This would connect the operating system to the Internet and activate it.
Registering Personal Information
The registration procedure is not as necessary as the activation process. A user has the option to leave this process. In registration the user’s personal information such as name, organization, email address are taken so that they can subscribe to receiving constant updates from Microsoft. The notices and information regarding the latest upgrades and offers for the operating system are sent via email.
In configuration, users can determine all the programs that need to be installed and available on the system. This can be done at any point of time as and when required by the user. The software that is installed on the system would run in the background or during the start up of the machine. This would increase the time taken for the system to start up. The system can also be configured for extra security by providing passage privilege to its use, so that user information is secured and protected from hackers